Clemson Tigers Womens Basketball Tickets
Notable 2018-2019 Players: Aliyah Collier, Kobi Thornton, Simone Westbrook, Danielle Edwards
Head Coach: Amanda Butler
2018-2019 Record: 20-13 Overall, 9-7 Conference, 12-5 Home, 5-6 Away, 3-2 Neutral
Clemson Tigers Women's Basketball TicketsClemson Tigers women’s basketball is ranked as the 14th team in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Tigers are a Division I NCAA team and have made a total of 16 NCAA Tournament appearances as of 2019. Between 1987 and 2001, the Clemson Tigers only missed one year of NCAA postseason play in the 1994-95 season. That same year, however, they finished fifth in the WNIT. Starting in the 2004-05 season, the Tigers suffered a 14-season drought from postseason appearances. It was not until the 2018-19 season under head coach Amanda Butler that they once again experienced NCAA Tournament play, making it to the second round. It's no surprise they made it to the postseason given the caliber of athletes on the team in the 2018-19 season. You can catch all the action between the Clemson Tigers and the Florida State Seminoles, the Duke Blue Devils, the South Carolina Gamecocks and more this 2019-20 season. Get your Clemson Tigers women's basketball tickets at StubHub today.
What is the home stadium for the Clemson Tigers women's basketball team?Little John Coliseum is the Clemson Tigers women's basketball team's home stadium. After a $63.5 million renovation, it was opened to the public in 2016. Upgrades to the facility include a newly configured seating bowl, the installation of Burton gallery, which is a 10,000 sq. ft. main entrance area, the addition of coliseum and courtside club premium seating and the installation of the largest center-hung curved video board in the country. No alcohol or outside beverages are allowed in Little John Coliseum; however, there are plenty of concession stands located within the facility.
Who is the head coach for the Clemson Tigers?Coach Amanda Butler became the head coach for the Tigers in the 2018-19 season. By the end of her first year, the team had their first NCAA postseason play since the 2001-02 season. Before becoming head coach of the Tigers, Butler led the Florida Gators women's basketball program and walked away with a winning record of 190-137, which included eight postseason appearances. During her years as a player, Butler played for the University of Florida where she was instrumental in getting the Gators to their first two NCAA Tournament appearances in the program's history.
What Clemson Tigers women's basketball team members are Hall of Famers?Jessica Barr, Class of 1994, was the first player in Clemson history to be named ACC Player of the year. She was also honored as the 1993-94 Basketball-America All-American as well as the Kodak All-American during the same season. Additionally, Barr was named the State of South Dakota's Female Amateur Athlete of the Year. She was inducted into the Clemson Hall of Fame in the year 2000. Shandy Bryan made it to four NCAA Tournaments in her time with the Clemson Tigers. During her senior year, her points-per-game average sat at an impressive 18.7. She is currently third in Clemson history for career points with 1,631 and is also in third place for free throws with 309.
Who are some of the most prominent Clemson Tiger women’s basketball players in the 2018-19 season?Aliyah Collier was the first Clemson player to get a spot on the ACC All-Tournament Second Team since 2002. Kobi Thornton is another skilled hoopster for the Tigers. She ponied up nine double-doubles in the 2018-19 season and averaged 14.7 points per game. Simone Westbrook and Danielle Edwards rocked the backcourt all season and came away with a combined 161 steals.
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